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B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias to me directed, I shall proceed to sell at Edgeflel Court House, on the first Monday in January next, the following property in the following cases, viz: Samuel Crarke vs W. B. Clarke, one tract ot land containing by a resurvey one hun dred and eighty acres, more or less, on Sa vannah River, in Beach Island, bounded by lands belonging to James T. Gardner. Dr. M. Galphin, Samuel Clarke and others. Also, a tract of fine land, containing two hundred and sixty acres. more or less, and adjoining lands of John Everett, Win, R obertson, Mrs. Nail and others. Watt & Bowie vs. John Marsh, the tract of land whereon Martha Kimbrell lives, con taining one hundred and sixty acres, more or less, lyng on Horse Creek. Thomas Duffy, vs. Herbert & Duffy, one house and lot in the town of Hamburg, known in the plan of said town as lot No. 133, on Centre Street, having fifty feet front, and run rig back one hundred fifty feet, the above named lot is levied on as the property of the defendants in this case. Georee Parrott, vs Mary Hightower, the tract of land where the defendant lives, ad joining lands of John Wise and others. Joel Curry, vs Russel Harden, the tract of land where the defendant lives, containing one hundred fifty acres, more or less, adjoin joining lands of R. Hankerson Win. Wilson and others. Terms Cash. S. CHRISTIE, S. E. D. Dec. 11, 4t 17 SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. 11. T. Jennnings, VS. Lucy Jenninge, and others. IBY Virtue of an order from John Hill, "Es'q. Ordinary of Edgefield District, I shall proceed to sell at Edgetield Court House on the first Monday in January next, the lands belonging to the estate of Thomas Jennings, dee'd., situate in the District and State aforesaid, containing one hundred and fifty-nine acres, more or less, and adjoining lands of Chesley Wells, Thomas K. Collier and James Blackwell. Said land will be sold on a credit of twelve months, the purchaser giving bond and two approved securities, and mortgage of the premises to the Ordinary to secure the pur chase money. Costs to be paid cash. S. CHRISTIE, s. E. D. Dec. 11 4t 47 SHERIFF'S SALE. PY Virtue of sundry writs of Ficri Facias B to me directed, I shall proceed to sell at Edgefield Court House, on the first Monday and Tuesday in January next, the follow ing property in the following ease, viz: Thomas Duffy, vs John Duffy, one lot in the town of Hamburg, known as lot No. 133, on Centre Street, having fifty feet front, and rpnning back one hundred and fifty feet, letied on as the property of the defenuant in this case. The above property to be re-sold at the rrisk of the former purchaser, who purchased . on the 'lth October .:-st, and failed to comulv w'it thetermaao' .1.-' Y virudC u-derfrom John Hill, Esq, BOiuary of Edgefield District, I shall proceed to sell at Edgefield Court House on the first Monday in January next, the lands belonging to the estate of John, Lowe, dce'd., situated in the District and mate aforesaid, containing two hundred acres, more M and bounded by lands of Benj. Barn - Price and others. Said land will be sold on a credit of tweclve months, the purchaser giving bond and two approved securities, and a mortgage of the premises to the Ordinary, to secure the purchase money. Costs to be paid in eash. S. CH RISTIE, S. E. D. Dec. 19, 3t 48 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN BQUITY. John Cloud, ) r. . Bill to Foreclose Mor'ge A. WV. Roach. NOTICE is hereby given, that by virtue I.~of the decree of the Court of Equity in thisn case, 1 shall sell at Edgefield Court House, on the First Monday in January next, the premises described in the mortgage in this case. viz: All that or them two Lots of land, situate, lying and beiner in the Town of Hamburg, in the District an~l State aforesaid, and known in the plan of said Town, as Lots Nos. (99 andI 100) ninety-nine and one hundred, having lifty (50) feet, each front on Centre Street, running back three hundred and five (305) feet, each to Mechanie Street. TERMS or SALE.--The cost and one half the purchase money to be paid in cash, and the remaining half in six months. The pur chaser giving bond with two approved sure ties for the same. The titles to be signed and sealed, but not delivered till the said bond be paid, and itf the said bond be not paid when due, the said premises is to be resold at the risk of' the former purchaser. S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D. Comr'rs. Office, Dec. 14, 1850. Dec. 14 3te 48 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQU1TY. Thos. N. Dendy and wife Hlarriett, John I. Cosby and others. N OTICE is hereby given that by virtue of an order from the Court of Equity in this case, I shall sell at Edgefield Court House, on the first Monday in January next, the following real estate. One tract of land situate in theflistrict and State aforesaid, on Stephen's Creek, contain ing three handed aind seventy-five (375) acres mere or less, adjoining lands of John Baus kett, Jonathan Tlaylor and others. Said Lends will be sold on a eredit of one and two years, in equal, annual instal.. ments, except cost to be paid in cash. The purchase money to be secured by bond and good personal sureties. S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D. Commrs Office, Dee 4, 1850. 4t 41 Brushes, Birushaes. J UST received a splendid assortmient of Paint, Varnish, Flesh, Hair, Tooth, Nail, Table, Tanners, Shoe and Ilorse Brushes, &c., and for ec low by E. F. & A. G. TEAGUE. . uv 2n t %o 4t 43 CANDIDATES. Z'or Tax Collector SAMPSON B. MAYS, ROBERT CLOY, THEOPHILUS DEAN, L. A. BROOKS, WILLIAM L. PARKS, ELIJAH T. RAUCH. WELCOME MARTIN. JOHN QUATTLEBUM, B. F. GOUDEY, F. W. BURT. DERICK HOLSONBAKE, ISAAC BOLES, ]or SheriE LEWIS JONES, JOHN HILL, THOMAS W. LANHAM. HUMPHREYS BOULVARE, T1TO31AS J. DYSON, WESLEY BODIE, ALFRED MAY. T. J. WHITTAKER, :oPr Ordinary. WILSON L. COLEMAN, WILLIAM H. 3108, VIRGIL 31. WHITE, HENRY T. WRIGHT, bor Clerk. EDMUND PENN, THOMAS G. BACON, OLIVER TOWLES, PETER QUATTLEBUM1, W . C. M ORAGNE, W ILL Practice In the Courts of LAW and 'EQUITY, in the Distriets of Edgelield and Abbeville. Office at Edgefield, C. if. Feb. 13, tf 2 G. W. LANDRUM W ILL Practice in tha Courts of LAW and EQUlTY for Edgiedid and Lexington Districts. Office in Law Range, Edgefield C. IT. Jan 16, tf 52 TIIOMYIAS G. KEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. EDGEFIELD, COURT Ho'sE, S. C. OFFCE NEXT TO THAT OF MR. MORAGNE. July 31 1850 3m 28 JOSEPH ABNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WILL be found at all times in his Office, at Edrfield Conrt House, ncar the PLA TER'S IIo'rEI.. He will attend promptly and strictly to business in his profession. Nov. 14 tf 51 DR. E. F. TEAGUE, R ESPECTFU LLY offers his professional ser I vices in the practice of MEIDICINE, SUR GERY, and OBSTETRICS, to the Citivzens of Edgefield Village and vicinity. Office at the Drug Store. January 30, 1830, tf 2 JAMES M. DAY, OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, Permanently located at Edgcfield C I., offers his professional services to the citizens of the Village and ts vicinity-; anwill attend to any call he may ave either in lhe Vdlage or O"" -HAT1S af CAPS, with many oth~ articles too tedious to mention, Il of which will be sold very low, and a liberal isount fur Casih. B. C. BRYAN. October 2 1850 if 3 BOOTS AND SHOES At Rieducd Prices. r [IE Subscriber respectfully calls at i 4L tentioni to his lately reduced prices for CASII as follows: New PRICES, OL.D PaleEs. elted Boota.... $6 50.... $8 00 rmp Boots.........7 00.......9 00 ater-Proof Boots. 8 00...10 (0 uilted Bottoms...8 00...1' 00 All other work in proportion. No credit for e shortest time will be given any one. All per ms having work dlone will be requiredl without istintion to pay cArsi before their work can be akeni from the shop, as there are no bouk' kept xthe establishment, nor never shall lbe again. Jan1I1830 tf 52 CALRRIAGE MAKING. ~ r1 IE Subscribers having .i engaged in the Carriage .making and repairing busiiness - in Pottersville, near Edge kld Court Ilouse, for the ensuing year; would espectfully solicit a share of public Pasronage, s we shall indeavor to give .satisfaction to all who my favor us wvith their business ;they are also in ant of a good wood workman, on W heels, Car riage parts and .oie, ofsteady' moral habits, none other iieed apply. Good coimfortaxble b~uild ings can be procured, convenient to the shop for men of famiilies, or boarding on reasonable terms. IIILL & WARD)LAW. N. B.--A good price will be paid for Lumiber f good Ash, Oak, Hickory, and Poplar, of as ortd diimensions. II. & W. Nov 28 1850 tf 45 BOOT AND SHOE ITE Subscriber has on hand a very exten~sive Stoek of BOOTS A ND SIIOES, of excel lnt quality, to which, he respectfully invites those in want, to call and examine before purchia sing elsewhere. They eonsist, in part, as fol Ladies Shoes and Gaiters, Misses andI Children do. Gentlemien, Boys and Childrens Boots & Shoes Negro's Boots and Shoes, strong and heavy, House Servants Shoes, &c., all of which will be sol very LO.ow A fine Stock of French and American Calf Skins, Oak and Hemalock Sole Leather, and find ngs of every description. For sale at the Boot id Shoe M~lanufactury of WILLIAM McEVOY. Nov 7, tf 42 iron and LMails. )[ 1\L BS. IRON, assorted sizes, 30000U 120 Kegs Nails, 500 Lbs. Caststeel. For sale by A. BURNSIDE. Hmburmg, Aug. 28 if 32 NlIotice. SLL persons indebted to the estates of 'Thee. tFlood, deceased, are requested to make im nediate payment, and all those having demands against said estate to present thenm properly attes d according to law. WM. HERBERT, Adm'r. Sept 2,18n 1y 33 For the Removal and Permanent Cure of al NERVOUS DISEASES, And of those Complaints which are caused'by an impaired, weakened or unhealthy condition of the NEuRVOUS SYSTEM. This beautiful and convenient application of the mysterious powers of GALVANISN1 and NMAGNET I8.\1, has been pronounced by dictingnished physi cians, Ulti in Europe and the United States, to be the most raluable medicinal discovery uf the Age. Dr. CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC BELT and MAGNETIC FL4UID, is used with the most perfect and certaire success in ll cases of GENERAL DEBILITY, Strengthening the weakened body. giving tone to the various organs, and invigorating the entire system. Also in FITS, CItA;lP, PAllA LYSIS and PALSY, DySPEPS)A or INDIOESTION, 1tIIEU.\fATISM, ACUTE and CHIRONIC, GOUT, EPILEPSY, LUM. BA(O, DEAFNESS. NKRVOUS T11EMORS, PAL. PITATION OF THE HIEART, APOPLEXY, NEU RALGIA, PAINS in the SIDE and CHEST, LIVER COMIPLAINT, SPINAL CO.\MPLAINT. ani CURVA. TUllE of the SPINE, ilP COMPLAINT, DISFASES of the KIDNEYS, DEFICIENCY OF NERVOUS and PHYSICAL ENERGY, and all NERVOUS DISEASES, which complaints arise from one simple cauto-namely, A Derangement of the Nervous System. og- In NERVOUS COMPLAINTS Drugs and Medicines increase the disease, for they weaken the vital energies of the already prostrated system while tinder the strengthening, life-giving. vitalizing influence of fialvani-im, as applied by this bean ful and wonderful discovery, the exhausted ptient and weakened sufferer is restored to former health, strength, elasticity and vigor. The great peculiatity and excellence of Dr. Christie's Galvanic Curatives, consists, in the fact that they arrest and care disease by ouward application. in place of the usual mode ofIrugging and physicking the patient. till exhausted Nature sinks hopelessly tinder the infliction. They strengthen the whole system, equalize the cir cufatiin af the blood, promote the secretions, and never do the slithtest injury tinder any circumstances. Since their introduction in the United States, only three years since, mnre than 60,000 Persons including all ages, classes and conditions, among which were a lar;e number of ladies, who are pecu. liarly nubiect to Nervons romplaints, hare been ENTIRELY AND PERMANENTLY OURED, when all hope of relief had been given up, and every thing else been tried in vein! To illustrate the use of the GALVANIC BELT, suppose the case of a person afflicted with that bane of civilization, DYSPEPSI A, or any other Chronic or Nervous Disorder. In ordinary cases. stimulants are taken, which, by their action on the nerves and muscles of the stomach, af'ord temporary relief, but which leave the patient in a lower state, and with injured faculties, alter the action thus excited has ceased. Now compare this with the effect resulting from the application of the GALVANIC BELT. Take a Dyspeptic sufferer, even in the worse symptoms of an attack, and simply tie the Belt around the body, using the Magnetic Fluid as directed. In a short period the insensible perspiration will act on the positive element of the Belt. thereby causing a Gal vanic circulation whIch will pass on to the negative, heumatism, Bronchitis and Dyspepsia. REV. DR. LANDIS, A CLERGYMAN f New Jersey, of distinguished attainments and ex lted reputation: 810nev, New .Ie see, July l12, 1549. Dn. A. II. Cusatrur-Dear 6ir: Y ou wish to know f me what has been the re-:uit -: nmy own case, of the pplication of TillE OALV *uit BELT AND NECK ACE. My repaly is as A.Uuwa: For about twenty yens I had been suffering from ysepsia. Every year the symptoms became worse, our could I obtain permanent relief from anty .ourse of' medical treatment whatever. About fouirteens years since, in consequence of frequent exposure to the eather, in the discharge of my pastoral iduties, I be ame subject to a severe Chronmc fsbeumn:.tism, which or year after year, ciaused me iundescrib..le at, -nish. arther: in the winter of '45 -inid '46. in ...nsequence f preaching a great deal in my own andl various other chusrches in this region, I was attacked by the ronchitis, which aoona becat -e so bevere as to require n immediate suspensicas of my pastoral labor, M~y nerrus sy stenm was taste theonuiae parnstrateda .nd as my Bronchitis bccame worse, so .ts did my Dlyspepsia and Ilshe'matic aifectinan-thius evincinig that these disorders were connected with caeh other thrn -;h the ucdium of the Nervouis Sybtr!n In the whole harucopia there seeme~d to 5: tao rernedial agent which could reach and recupe: .t a my Nervou's Sye. tem ;erery thiirg that I had triecl for this purpose had omltly failed. .At last I w-.s led biy msy friendls to examino your in~entsiins. anti ,.a.gi, wvith no very angine hopes of their e~hi iencr , ieternminied to try the etlect of the application of thes 0- I ANIC: BELT ND NE(EK.ACE, writhi the t . 'IC~t FLUID. this was in Jiutie, 1916. To i "i5nMENT, ix .iw usra Mv Divsrirst~ in' ' -s Eran Ays I wats ENAat.EO TO RF.SUM it My - . LAions setn, !Ar. I stNc? ohitTTEDt A F- :sstcr o~t iccovaT or Tiru: llascitiTi- i t -.' t,texATiC inEcTiON als ENTitti-y ci-- , r rncaL~s.k ai. Such is the wvonderful and .:s - uits of the xperiment. I have recommendedl the BF.L'I FLUID to many who have beena likewyise ci: V - from Neu algc arrections. They have tried tL Atitu nAie s.Ts, I srs. i , : Er.s? e'A I am, deer sir, very respaect~ull) yousrs, 1t081-1tV W. LANDIe DR. C H R I?"IF'S GALVANIC 3 ECKLLACE Is used for all con., laints an'ecting the Trhroat or Ihad. such a itroncha .is. Int. mmatinn of the Throat, Nervous and Sick Ileidachie, 'lizziness of the Ilead, Neuralgia ini the Fact, Buzz..ig or Itoaring in the E~ars, lDeafness, wvhich -s gear .ily Nervous, and that distressed complaint, csaed Ti; Doloretex. DR. CHPI.3TlE'S GALVANIC BRACELETS Are found of vast service In cases of Convulsion. or Fit, spa.%modic Compalainats, andl genterat Nervous Affections aof the Ilead anad uipper extremities. Also in Palsy atnd Paralysis. and all diseases caused by a dfciecy of piower or Nersous Einergy in the limbs or other ergaus of the body. Og- Many hundred 'srtes frnom all parts of the cotutnry of the mo.. eatrra,:-dinary character can begie, irequiried. Off- No troubhle or inconvenience attends the use of D R. C HlIST I :"S GAI-l'NfC .qlTI'.E' aid they may be worn by the most feeble atnd dIeli. cate, with perfect ease and safety. In many cases the 'senetiatn attenading their uise is highly plenaint ana agreesble. They can be sent to any part of the country For sale at Edigefield Couirt House, by G. L PENN, Agent. May 1, 2mly 15 Sugar, Comec and; laIssCe 0j( ITTDS of SUGAR of various brands, 50 B~arrels, St. Croix Granulated do. 50 BHags Rio CoTeea, 20 " Old Government Jaro Coffee, 40 Ilhds Cusba Molasses, 25 Bbls. N. 0. do. For sale by A. BURNSIDE. Unmburg, Aug. 28, tf 32 Notice. ALL those having demands against the estate of Allena B. A ddison, deceascd, are requecs ted to present them properly attested and those de.btd to manke paymnit. G. A. A DDTSON, Ex'rs. E. J. MIS. July.1. 1850 if 27 NEWS FOR T AUGUSTA, T HE Subscribers are now opening at No. Eagle and Phoenix Hotel an entire new Si embracing every article sold in this line and a NEW-YORK, PRILA] A long experience in a neighbouring Soutl dence in assuring citizens of Augusta as well amination of our stock will convince them thi ments to the purchaser. "OUR MOTTO ZS GASE By adopting this system we are enabled ti amount extra eharged for the risk of the credi One of our firm spends half the year in the tieular attention to the heavy AUCTION SA COUNTRY MERCHAI will find it to their interest to call at I S! freely shown and no hard thoughts if a purch DOsIPIEST) Bleached and Brown Cottons, we are enabli a handsome discount. BLANKETS M American and English Duffil; also Mackina hand at prices which must command quick sal BALES-RED and WHITE FLANNEI LADIES DRESS GOO: A beautiful assortment, embracing all the n HO-81ERr, A full assortment of Hosiery, of the best I Kid Gloves: also. every size in Merino, Cashi WEEKLY ADDITIONS will be made tc invite the attention of the public. Respectfu Augusta, October 9 1850 LARGE A $30,000 Worth of R aIT WHMOLESJLE J. M. 4EWBT, & I i M. NEWBY, & CO., have received their' . Gentlemen can find it this ESTA BLISM DROBE. Having paid saict attention to the pu can otlfer them at the LOVEST PRICES, an of GOODS from NerY&k, they can offer their enjoyed. Before pureliasbg telsewhere, please el Augusta, Oct, 9 1850 STATE OF SOU'#I CAROLINA. EDGEFIELD )ISTRICT. IN EQtT;Y. Abner White and wife, Silas Lanier, Susan C. ;hi- Partition. bicy, and others. N OTICE ishereby gi n, that by virtue of ansorder from the tourt of Equity in this ease, Ishall sell at Ekfield Court House on the first Monday in- annary next, the fol lowing real Estate of (aab Shibley, dee'd. The Homestead tran. entaining by survey Tract :,.. conatain iby survey of inane oles, D. S. -ixty-four 1) acres, and adjoin ng lands oi E.. Bella and L. H. Mundy. Said Iaad5 wnll be sold -on a credit of one mnd two years, except cost to be paiid in cash. ['he purchaser to give bond with approved ureties, and mortgages of the premises pur based. S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. T. D. Commissioners Office, Dec. 4th 1850. Dee. 5 1850 4lt .G STATE OF SOUTIII CAROLINA. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. rancs E. Butler, t1s. Prii eth Butler, and John Butler. 9 XTOTICE is hereby given, that by virtue of~ an ordler from the Court of Equity in his case, I shall proceed to sell at Edgehield ourt House on the first Moniday in January ext, the following real Estate of John A. Butler, deceased. One tract of land situate in the District and State aforesaid, containing three hundred anid tirty (330) acres more or less, adjoining ands oft Seth Butler, Sr., and Mrs. Joseph Mao!ris, on Fox's Creek. One other tract containing one hundred (100) acres more or less, adjoining hands of Seth Butler, Sr., William Latnhama, and Wit lam Anderson. Said lands will be sold on a credit of one an a two years n equal instalments, except for so much as iil pay the cost, which must be paid in cash. Purchasers to give bond with at least two approved sureties for the purchase Socy . S. TOMPKINS, c. T. r. D. Commissioners Office, Dec. 3d 1850. Dec. 5 1850 4t 40 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUITY. William E. Rodgers, ) Priin vs. Priin Carolinte A. Rodgers.) N OTICE is hereby given that by virine of ian order formi the Court of Equity in this ease, I shall sell at Edgefield Court House, on the first Monday in January next, the following real estate oaf B. M. Rod gers, deceased, viz: Three shares in the Aiken Academy Lot or Lots of Land. Also, one'vacant Lot in the town of Aiken. and known 'in the plan of said towia as Lot No.--. Terms of sale, a credit of one year, except cost to be paid in cash. Thme purchase money to be secured by -bond and good personal surities. S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D. Comm'rs. Oflice, Dee 41, 1850. 4t 40 U MB RE LLAS. TUST received from the Manufactory direct, elone case Cotton Umbrellas, assorted sizes, which are offe.re.d for sale at very low prices. G. L. PENN, AoL'xT. Oct 31 tf 41 NOTICE. A LL persoans indebted to Henry IT. Hill, by Notc or book account, are requested to make immediate payment, as longer indulgence cannot be given. JAMES CRESWEL~L, Assignece. Nov. 29 16n tr--.f HE PUBLIC!! GEORGIA. 189 Broad Street, Augusta Georgia, near the ock of FANCY and STAPLE DRY GOODS, elected with great care from the Importers of )ELPIIEA & BOSTON. iern City, (Columbia, S. C.) gives them confi. as strangers visiting this market, that an ex t the new Cash Store efers suyerior induce EN EVERT ZNSTANOE." > throw into the hands of our customers the t principle. 0 Eastern and Northern markets, and gives par LES. TS AND PLANTERS ) Broad Street, where goods will be ase is not induced. 'C GOODS d to offer at Charleston wholesale prices, less D FLANNELS, w and other popular styles Negro Blankets, on es. S cheap by the piece or yard. DS AND TRIMMINGS. ew styles. i' GL OV ES. knglish and German manufacture, Alexander nere, and Silk. our stock throughout the year, to which we fly IIOXIE 4 FISHER. 2m 38 RRIVALS. eady Made Clothing, 46A D RE TJ1L , B 40O.-Augusta, Ga., FALL and WINTER STOCK of CLOTITNG, ENT every article necessary for their WAR rchase and manufacture of their GOODS, they I with their weekly receipts of all the new styles customers advantages they have not heretofore 11and examine. 5m 38 A. BURNSIDE, HAMBURG, S. C. W OULD inform his friends and the public generally, that he has opened an EXTEN SIVE anl WELL SELECTED STOf'K OF GOODS in the Corner Store adjoining the Amer ican Hotel; consisting in part, of the following articles, viz: SUGAR, COFFEE, SALT, IRON, BAG GING, ROPE. MOLASSES, NAILS, GRIND STONES, WHITE LE AD WINDOW GLASS, LINSEED AND TRAIN OIL, MACKE R EL, BUCKE TS, TUBS, CIIA IRS, S HOES, s-c. Together with a number of articles too tedious to enumerate; in fact, alnost overy article usually wanted b~y the planter in -this- market ; all of which will be sold at the lowest market pr tOri!es f-onnrhc country wmf mm ..g .i tion. Hie wvill pay the highest market prices for C ton andl other prodaue.. August.28, 1850. tf WARNi-HOUS2E AND COXrwrTBZO . BUSINESS. HIAMB3URG, S. C. TlHE UNDERSIGNED having formedl a en .prtnership, under thae firma of A. WA L KER~I & CO.. for the purpose of carrying on the WVare-IIousse anad Coususissioa IBusissess, and having rentedl the well known Ware-House, known as Walker's Ware-House, andl lately occnpied by WALKxEa & Cot.MAst, Trhey tendler their services to their friends and the pulic in general, anda pledlgc themuselves to use their best exertions to give satisfacetion to those who may favor th-m with business. Flair advances will be mnade on produce in store. A. WA LKER, D. L~. ADAMS. Sept I, 1850. tf 31i .Tofice. , LL~ persons haaving~ demnads against the es 1/ itt of dneouh Shaibley, decasedl, wvill please to render thiem in duly attestedl, and those owing the ,.nid estate: will please to nmke immnediate pay mnct. SILAS LA NTEhi, Aahm'r. Cum Tet. annex. Sept 41, 185fl ly 33 01(d Dr. Jacob Townsend's Sarsa parilla.. JUIST Receivead 6 dozen of 011ld r. .Jacob Townsen's originial efmnpound Syrup of Sar saplarilla, and for sale at the Drug and Chemical Store of E. F. & A. G. TE AGUE. May!1, 1850) tf 15 N'otice. A L L persons having demands against the es. - tate of John Harrison, deceased, arc re quested to hanal thenm to the subscriber, properly attested, and all those indebted to the estate are requested to make payment. JAMES M. H ARRtISON. Administrator. Sept 3, 1850 ly 23 Segar's, Tobacco, &c. 150,000 Spanish anad American Segars, various qualities, consisting of " Ereulapia," "Venus," "Lavielka," " La Catedral," &c. &c., coumpris ing the largest anal best assortment of Segars ever offeredl for sale in Hamburg. 30 Boxes Chewing Tobaceo, various qualities. 100 Dozen papers Mrs. Milillers fine cut chew ing anal smoaking Tobacco. 20 .Jnrs Scoteh, Rappe and Macaboy Snufi, 100 Bottles do do do do do For sale by H. A. KENRICK. Hamuburg, Sept 18 1850 tf 35 No i i e. / LL those indebted to the late firm of Mrr r. cNEIL. & hII.L, in the Carriage making business, anal also to the Estate of Caleb Mitchell, dee'd., arc requested to mke immediate pay ment. Anal those havinig demnanads against tho firm of Mitchell & hill, or the Estate of Caleb Mitchell, dlee'd., are requiredl to rendler themi in properly voucheal, on or before the first of De ember next, or they will be rejectedl. JOHlN HIL L, Adm'r. .June26i, tf 23 Candles, Sony, &c. 50 Boxes Turpentine Soap, in 2 anal 311b. bars. 35 do A danmatine Candles, a superior ar article. 20 Boxes pure sperm Candlce, 20 do Tallow do 50 do Fancy and Toilet Soap, in Bars, Balls and Cakes, various qualities. For sale by H. A. KENRICK. hrambur, Sept 1$2 1850. tr *G NEW GOODS. TRE Subscriber respectfully informs the in hbabitants of Edgefield C. H., and adjoining country, that he has just returned from New York and Is now receiving a large and well selec ted assortment of Dry Goods, (particularly LADIES WARE & BONNETS,) GROCERIES, HARDWARE, CROCK ERY, LOOKING GLASSES, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS, FLOUR, BACON, FISH, SALT, CEESE, &c. All of which he offers to sell upon as reasona ble terms as can be purchased elsewhere, and as cheap for Cash. Please call and examine the Stock. M. FRAZIER. Oct. 16 1850 2m 39 REPORT OF THE TRIAL OF MARTIN POSDT FOR THE MURDER OF IS WIFE, XATEL.DA R. POBET, BEFORE the Court of Common Pleas and General Sessions of South Carolina, held at Edgefield on Wednesday, October 3d, 1849; with an Appendix containing all the new testimo ny developed at the subsequent trial of MARTIN, ELBERT AID FRANCIS POSEY, For the murder of a Negro Slave, APPLWNG, BY A JUNIOR MEMBER OF THE EDGEFIELD BAR. Just published and for sale at this Office. l17 PaRIc 25 Cents. June26 1850 tf 23 DNLCHZR a 0LLZG8WORT z, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY MERCIhANTS, AuGusTA, GEORGIA. A RE now receiving a large and well selected . Stock of GROCERIES, to which they in vite the attention of their friends, one or both of the firm will be found at the Warehouse of Wal ker & Bryson, till 1st September, when they will open their NEW STORE on Broad Street next door below the old stand of Adams & Fargo. BELCTIER & HOLLINGSWORTIT. Augusta, Aug. 21 1850 tf 31 Family 6groceries, Alc. T HE undersigned is now receiving his Fall supplies of family GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS, SEGA RS. &c. comprising the lar gest and best assortment ever offrered in this mark et, all of which has been selected by himself and adapted to the wants of Families, Planters, &c. comprising almost every article usually needed in house-keeping. Persons intending to purchase in Hamburg or Augusta, are respectfully invited to call'and ex amine for themselves. H. A. KENRICK. HamuburgSept 18 1850 tf 35 Wines, Liqours., &c. WHISKEY.-New Orleans, Mlonongalia, Funk, Miiller's, Virginia and Scotch. R UM.-New England, St. Croix and Jamaica. WINES.-Madeira. Port, Sherry, Teneriffie, Malaga, Museat, Sicily Madeira, &c. GIN.-American and Holland. BRANDY.--Cognino, "Hennessey" "Mar tel," " Otard Duprey & Co." Re Ameri can, &c. CORDIALS.-Pepper~mint, . rfet Love, Rose, (in bettles nears, Deff'ts. I T appearing to my saiisfnection that Thomas Mce ilanus, Hugh Mec3anus, and the ch~ihlren of Archy Mealanus, deceased, viz: John L.I Sle~anus, Sarah Mie3anus, and Elizabeth M1e Manmis, HeIirs and distributees of the Real Estatc of the late Goody 31eianus, of Edgelild, de ceased, live beyond the limits of this State, it is therefore ordered that they do appear in the Court of Ordinary for the District aforesaid, on or before the first Monday in February next, (1851) to show cause if any, why the Real Es tate of the said Goody MieManus should not be sold for partition, or their consent to the same will be entered of Record. Given under my hand at mty oficee, this the 29th day of October, A. D. 1850. JOhN IHLL, e. E.. D. Oct 31,1850 let 41 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. IN EQUTITY. James E idson et al. )Bill for Partiionm vs. of the Real Eslate of IH. Boulware et al. Wl'. Ilumphries, dec'd. IT appearing to iny satisft'lion that the fol Ilowing defendaints in this case, reside out of this State, viz: Levi WVilson and Margaret his wife , Boyce Eidson, Rolan Eidson, Wmn. Eidson, Larkin Norwood and Elizabeth his wife, John Humiphries, William Hlumphries, Simneon Hlumphries, Rolan Humphries, Nan er Hunmphries, William Hlowell and Celia his wif'e,Katura Humphries, Josiah Howell, Wmn. Fey, James Rutherford and Maurtha his wife, Jas. Boulware, Mark Boulware, Gideon Chris tian and Jincey his wife: On motion of Mr. Griffin, Solicitor, Ordered, that the said absent defendants do plead, answer or demur to this Bill within three months from the publication of this order, or that the said Bill be taken pr ofsoagainst them. ii f S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D. Comm'rs Office, Nov. 6, 1850. 3m 42 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EDGEFIEL.D DISTRICT. IN ORDINARY. Britton Mimns, Guardian of LauraShelley, a miner, Ap's vs. Smn nPr' Henry L. Brown and wife, IHarriet Ann, Def'its. IT appearing to my satisfaction, that Hienry L. IBrown and wife harriet Ann, reside beyond the limits of this State. It is therefore, ordered, that the said Henry L. Brown andl Hnrriet Ann, his wife, do appear in the Court of Ordinary on the 30th day of December next, to show cause if any they cani, why the real estate described in the Summons in Partition, in this case, and con veyed by Deed of gift, by Samuel D. Shelley, to the above parties, should not be sold for Partition; or their consent to the same will be entered of Recordl. Given under my hand at my office this 7th day of October, A. D. 1850. JOIHN HILL, o. E. D. October 9 12t 38 Cnrriage for Sale. A N excellent second hand CARRIAGE, in -.C fine order,-the owner having no use for it-for sale low on consignment, for cash or good paper, by W. B3. DR ANNON. Hlamburg, Dec. 10, 1850. 8t 47 Fr'esh Salt. 120 SACKS SALT, just received and fo aeby A. BURNSIDE. ELECTION NOTCE. P URSUANT to a Writ of Election to us de livered, by James Simons, Speaker of the House of Representatives: public notice is here - by given, that an Election will beheld in the dif ferent precincts in Edgeficid District, on Monday the,6th January next, and the day following, for one Representati'e to the State Legislature, for said District, in the place of F.- H. WArDLAW, Esq., whose seat has been declared vacant. The Polls will be opened at the following places, to wit: At Edgefleld: Court House.-M. Frazier, J. A. Williams and James Sullivan. . At Longtnire's.-G. H1. Yeldcll,Wiley Tim merman and J. Anderson. At Ridge.-B. T. Boatwright, Abner Asbill and G. Holmes. At Collier'.-Joseph Bussey, P. U. Elam and S. Broadwater. At Cherokee Ponds.-S. W. Gardner, Jaies Curry and D. Shaw. At Pine Houge.-E. P. H. Kirksey, G. W. Jones and L B. Wever. At Totales'-O: Towls, Hiram May and Geo. W. Ilolloway. At Dunton's.-Alvin McDaniel, John Cheat ham and J. T. Burrows. At Shepherd's.-GeorgeoJ. Shepherd,Sebron Stalnaker and D. W. Devore. At Smyley's.-S. W. Nicholson, Wright Ad ams and D. Strother. At Hamburg.-George Parrot, Robert Ander son and Levy Hill. At Mount Willing.-A.Simkins, Manehester Padgett and Vastine Hurlong. At Richardson'.-George Sgiother, JohnM. Witt and James Richardson. At Coleman'.-Ira Cromley, A. .Coleman and M. W? Clary. At Park's.-5lias Robertson, Mitehell Wells and T,. Tucker. At Perty's.-George D. Huiet, J. Wise and D. Coleman. At Moore's.-William P. Andrews, F. G. Martin and Willis Ross. At Shatterflcd.-William Quattlebum, John Miller and J. Suelgrove. At Allen's.-W. N. Turner, Russel Eison. and Thomas Jones. At Graniteville.-S. Wise, James Powell and John Glover. At Long's.-William C. Mitchell, William L. Johnson and F. E. Bodie. At Nail's.-James T. Gardner, .Tohn Everett and Ulriek Reddiek. At Dorn's.-John Dorn, Win. May and Al fred May. At Hatcher's.-Collin Rhodes, W. N. Swear engen and A Hatcher. At Boulware'.-J. Eidson, Jacob Lagrano and William Merchant. At Red Hill.-J. M. Clarke, Lee H1olston and D. E. Bussy. At Rochell's.-,T. Ilaekwell, Sterling Free man and Martin Mims. At Krep's.-R. Gregory, Elias S. T. Kreps and A. Kreps. At Rhinehart's.-E. West, Frederick Kinara and 11. Rizer. At Whiftle's.-Mark B. Whittle, John T. Mitchell 'and Caleb Watkins. At-Howard's.--William T. West, John Tal bert and Bartley M. Martin. The Election to be held two days at each.plice. Managers to meet at Edgefield Court Hourse on. Wednesday following, count the v6tes, and adc clare the Election. One.Represtsiveto h t i~StaitLeiuro to be elected .-. If any 'I8anager shaii kn6igFky reded I legal vote, or shall refuse to receive a lega5 or shall neglect or refuse to attend to the elet o or shall count the ballots before thp or at any other than tI per Ta ,h liable to penalties;- A. 1" It at:689, and A. A. 1721, 3d' t. 1- a. 'A J750 4th.Stat. 100. ~ d, Stat. 136. - Resolved, That it shall be the special duty o the Managers to report to the Solicitors all viola tions of thfe election law, and all cases of bribery and corruption, and to use their best eflorts to bring the offrewlers to justice. Re*3lved, That the .thagers of Elections, prior to their proceeding, (10 take the following oath or aflirmation hiefore somec Magistrate, or ono of tihe Managers of Election, to wit : " That they wvill faithfully and impartially carry into execution the foregoing Ekections, agreeably to, the Consti tution of the State of South Carolina. Re~solred, That in future no persons qualified to vote for Members otf cach branch of tihe Lecg islature sha~ll be permitted to vote in more than one Election District or Parish : and the Mana gers of Elections th:-oughout this State are here by rcquired and directed, if they think proper, on the applicatuion of any Elector present, to admin ister to any person or persons on'ering to vote, the follmowing oath: "1, A. 1B. do solemnly swear or ailirm, [as the case may be,1 that I have not, at this general election for llepresentatives, voted in this, or any other District or Parish, andi that I amn constitutionally qualified to vote, so help, mo God." A nd if any personi or persons requiredi, as aforesaid, to take such oath or affirmation, shall refuse to do so, then the Managers, respectively, inl their respective Election Districts or Parishes, shall be, and they arc hereby, required and en joined to refuse each vote or votes; and in case the Managers shall refuse to require the oath as aforesaid, when demanded, they shall be liable to all the pains and penalties they would be liable and subject to for neglecting other duties required of them as Managers of Elections for either branch of the Legislature. Resolved, That the Act altering the 4th sec tion of the Constitution of the State ot South Carolina be herewith published, to wit : " Every free white man of the age of twenty-one ycars, (paupers and non-commissioned officers and pri vates in the army of the United States excepted,) being a citizen of this State, and having resided therein two years previous to the day of election, andi whol htas a freehold of fifty acres of land, or a town lot, of wvhich the has been legally seized andi possessed at least six months before such eletion; or, not having any such freehold or town lot, has been resident in tlhe eletion district in which he offers to give ihis vote before the election six months, hieshall have a right to vote for a Member or Msembers to serve in either braneh of tile Leg islature for the election district in which lhe holds such property or re'ndence. Resolved, That the two years' residence requi red by the Constitution in a voter arc the two years immediately previous to tho election; but if any person has his home in tihe State, he does not lose the right of residence by temporary ab sence with intention of returning ; and if he has his home in the election district, his right to vote is not impaired by a temporary absence wvith in: tention of returning; but if one has his home and family in another State, the presence of such persons, although continued for~ two years in the State, rives no right to vote. Resolved, That the aforesaid Managers to ad vertise the said electiotn, together wvith these Res olutions, in three or more publie places, in their respective districts and parishes, at every place of election. In all eases where the question of citizenship is to be made, and the Managers are satisfied that there are good grounds for such question, the only evidence that will be received of the fact is the certificate of oitlzenship ; or, where that is lost or mislaid, the certifieate of the Clerk of the Court, where the party was made, taken from the Re cords of the Court. M~. FRAZIER, Chair'n. B. M.